Your New Home at 104 De La Pole Avenue

  Located on De La Pole Avenue, with close links to Chanterlands Avenue, Spring Bank and Hull City Centre, this four-bedroom houseshare is an ideal choice for those who are working or studying in the bustling city of Hull. The property boasts four fair-sized double rooms that have basic furnishings, such as a bed,...

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Warning: You May Pass Out From All The Culture

  Kingston Art Group Gallery celebrates City of Culture with its brand new exhibition, Stendhal Syndrome. “Stendhal Syndrome was first documented in the 1800s. People would actually get dizzy, often hallucinate and faint after being exposed to a lot of culture. It would usually happen on their travels to Europe,” chuckles Jayne Jones, long-serving...

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Start the Christmas Binge Early at Zebedee’s Yard

  Can’t wait for your turkey dinner? Hull Street Food Christmas Nights is sure to provide you with your festive fill! With the popularity of Hull Street Food Nights increasing during the summer months of 2017, it was only right that HullBID organised one final evening for food lovers and local traders to enjoy....

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The Best Spots for Festive Shopping in Hull

  With Hull teeming with independent shops and businesses, it’d be rude not to indulge at Christmastime. If you’re searching for the perfect present for the person who has everything, look no further than these unique gift ideas.   Handmade trinkets at Traenerhus Treat your loved one to something truly special and locally made...

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What Will Hull Look Like in the Future?

  Substance fuses together culture, creativity and future innovation through a diverse programme of exciting events and experiences. The 12-day event spans across the city and involves virtual reality, robots and a futuristic concert at Hull City Hall. “Substance is one of the most significant events of the Hull UK City of Culture 2017 programme,”...

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Her Royal Majesty is Coming to Hull

Residents are both revelling and ranting about the recent news that Her Majesty The Queen will be visiting UK Hull City of Culture on Thursday. The details of what she’ll get up to whilst here have now been announced. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like it involves tucking into pattie and chips. Arriving by train...

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It’s All About the Jazz Hands in Hull this November

  Twenty-five years of Hull Jazz Festival will be celebrated this month with a plethora of incredible musical entertainment for all ages. The festivities take place across some of the city’s key venues, including Hull Truck Theatre, Middleton Hall, Hull City Hall and the Albemarle Music Centre. For families, gifted vocalist Zoe Gilby will...

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Have a Giggle at Hull Comedy Festival this November

Hull Comedy Festival is back for its tenth year, so we took a closer look at the hilarious shows on offer. With over fifty acts, including TV’s Katherine Ryan, Ken Dodd, Joel Dommett and Greg Davies, along with the cream of the crop of Hull and Yorkshire-based talent, the festival is looking fantastic. The twenty-day...

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Getting Ready for Christmas over Autumn

We hate to say the C-word, but Christmas is fast approaching. Clear out your house ready for the big day with these simple tips and tricks. Whilst a lot of us are inspired to have a good clear out in the springtime, autumn is the perfect season to get your house in order. The...

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